You received a spoof email. Those spoof emails are doing the rounds all the time. Reading it and noting the poor standard of English in the email was, as usual, a dead giveaway. The other thing to do is hover your mouse over any links in the email to reveal the true address it connects to. The spoofs are so easy to spot that you should not be at any risk if you look at all such emails that ask for any personal details, whether they allege to come from eBay, Paypal or your bank, carefully and assume they are suspicious unless you can prove otherwise. My partner and I have received many such emails over the last couple of years but have not had any problems. To close your account is, I think, an over-reaction.